Misu Pete ran an excellent race to finish second in the last race at Chelmsford yesterday evening, just being run out of it by a neck close home; his turn should not be far away and if you follow this link you will be able to see a video of his performance.
Arlecchino’s Leap runs in the second race at Goodwood this pm, having won the similar race in the calendar in 2016. He has taken some time to come to hand this Spring and should show some significant improvement from his only run of the Season so far, at Brighton, at the end of last month and would not be without the prospect of being competitive this pm at around 14/1 a quarter the odds.
An hour later at Bath we run both Bayston Hill and Born to Please in their ten furlong Handicap; both people are stepping up to a mile and a quarter for the first time; Bayston Hill is bred to be suited by the trip and as long as the reality matches his pedigree he should have a competitive chance on ground that should be ideal for him; Born to Please is having her first run of the Season and will probably improve further into the Summer.
We have a busy afternoon and evening tomorrow; as I write this the ground, track, distance and weight should all be ideal for Bay Fortuna at Ffos Las tomorrow evening, the one constraint being if the thundery showers forecast over South West Wales over tonight were to be heavier than forecast. We will equally have to keep an eye on Salisbury’s environment tomorrow; if there is significant rain Royal Sentiment probably won’t run and the reverse would be true in that Leith Bridge would not want it to be too quick.